Webinars on Legal Topics for Business People

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Protecting Your Business in a Divorce Often, a business owner's most valuable asset is their business. Further, a divorce can cause disruption and, in some circumstances, result in the destruction of a business. Business owners need to protect their business from the negative impacts of a divorce. In this webinar, General Counsel, P.C. business attorney Evan St. John will discuss preventative measures that all businesses should consider and implement. And, Joanna Foard, who leads General Counsel, P.C.'s family law practice, will discuss how businesses are treated during divorce proceedings and, based on her experience, tips to protect your business. 5/26/2022 11:00am EDT 1 hour



Previously Recorded Webinars

Family Law Financial Issues: A Webinar for Financial, Tax, and Accounting Professionals
Joanna Foard, Senior Counsel, Family and Marital Law Legal information for accountants, financial advisors, and other professionals involved in the handling of finance in Virginia divorces.      
Webinar answering 20 common questions about divorce in Virginia
Joanna Foard, Senior Counsel, Family and Marital Law Joanna answers 20 of the most common questions have for her related to divorce in this one-hour webinar.  
The standard is Enforced by Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH), Applies to all employers covered by VOSH, Most requirements must be in place immediately, Training and infectious disease preparedness and response plan, if applicable, must be implemented by March 26, 2021 [Also look at the COVID Compliance Plan packages that make it easier and
Virginia Permanent COVID Prevention Webinar 2-2-2021
On January 27th Governor Northam approved the Final Permanent Standard for Infectious Disease Prevention of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus that Causes COVID-19. This Permanent Standard will be applicable to most Virginia Employers. Jennifer Rose, Cooperative Programs Manager with Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH), joined host, Merritt Green, with the law firm General Counsel, P.C., for
Covid 19 Employer Saftey Requirements with Virginia Occupational Safety & Health Program Manager Tracy Michaud
Join Tracy Michaud, Consultation Program Manager with Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH), and host, Merritt Green, with the law firm General Counsel, P.C., for discussion of Virginia’s Emergency Temporary Standard for COVID-19 Pandemic. Ms. Michaud and Mr. Green will discuss: 1. Overview of VOSH Emergency Temporary Standard 2. VOSH Response (including enforcement actions) 3.
General Counsel Recorded Webinar
Hear business leaders discuss how they are surviving and thriving through the Covid-19 pandemic. Covid-19 has forced businesses to change and adapt. Business leaders will discuss lessons helping them and their clients survive and thrive. Hosted by Merritt Green with the law firm General Counsel, P.C., speakers include: Mark Stevenson, Founder/CEO, SmartHR; Russell Rowzie, President,
Virginia Emrgency Covid-19 Mandatory Standard for Employers
General Counsel, P.C. Back To Work Complimentary Employment Law Part Three As employers gradually reopen, have employees return to the workplace, or simply continue to struggle through remote working, there is tremendous confusion as to the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees.  The Back to Work Webinar Series will hopefully clarify and provide guidance to employers.
General Counsel Recorded Webinar
Pursuant to Virginia’s COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard passed by the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry, all employers in Virginia must take certain actions to comply with the Standard. We’ve provided brief webinar for Virginia Employers to understand what this statute is, why it is important to you and how to get your business compliant
General Counsel Recorded Webinar
Lewis Rhodes, GovCon attorney at General Counsel, P.C., delivered a webinar on how ponteial government contractors should read a government request for proposal (RFP) to maximize their odds of winning while minimizing their risk of an award being protested.